The "Doing Business in..." (DBi) Program provides students with the opportunity to gain international experience in a rapidly expanding global economy. DBi...More >>
The "Doing Business in..." (DBi) Program provides students with the opportunity to gain international experience in a rapidly expanding global economy. DBi courses are offered in either a one (1.5 credits) or two-week (3 credits) intensive format over the traditional break periods (Winter, Spring and after May graduation). Designed as a total immersion or "mini-study abroad" course, classes are taught in English at foreign locations by the local faculty of Stern's international partner schools. Courses include guest speakers, corporate visits and local cultural excursions. Students gain a new world perspective on business within the context of a different culture, as well as valuable insight into the U.S. model of business. Lessons learned on these courses can be applied immediately to the student's business education and workplace at home. In addition to Stern tuition, a DBi Program Fee is required and covers the costs of housing, excursions and some meals (detailed in the individual course syllabi.) Credits earned may be applied to the Global Business specialization.
The DBi Program Fee is for all 3 credit courses and for 1.5 credit.
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